David Bolton graduated from the University of Chester in 1986 with a degree in physical education and English. He began his teaching career in Athens, Greece at Campion International School as Head of Primary PE and Year 6 teacher before moving back to the UK to teach at Holy Trinity School in Liverpool followed by becoming Deputy Headteacher at St.Brigid’s Primary School in 1998. He worked there for a period of eight years and was responsible for implementing a variety of initiatives including Healthy Schools, Investors in People and Eco Schools. Mr Bolton also established key relationships with a number of universities in the region to develop a thriving teacher training programme.
In 2006 Mr Bolton moved to teach at Dhahran British Grammar School. He has seen many significant changes in the time he has worked for ISG, with a huge increase in pupil numbers and major structural developments around the Campus. He is looking forward to the the role of Interim Principal and the opportunity to continue to work collaboratively with colleagues from the senior and primary schools.